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Hey @Noyade thanks for that. Interesting. you learn something new every day. Looks like we will do this. sealing it will prevent wear and tear on ...

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Hey Workshoppers, We have recently had a bath installed in a flat, and I've been trying to find out if this is a new thing. The bath Is ONLY SECURE ...

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May

Hey @Noyade , from the picture, I can't see any component that has blown. I assume that's a might big heatsink that it's connected on. I'm not a fan o ...

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April

Thanks @EricL . i like the idea of the socked drain coil and gravel, which will suit the area, and will be easier for me. As an added update, thi ...

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  Hey DIY'ers. Many have been through or are going through a deluge. I still expect ,more rain, and I have some standing water in my garden. Ther ...

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March

@MoonshineBen , I for one would love to see how you do with a big rotisserie, especially Suckling pork. I use my rotisserie in my 4 burner BBQ, I l ...

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March

@KatieC You can certainly eat them straight. In parts of South America, you buy them straight from the market, often more than a metre long. You c ...

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March

@KatieC My Vanilla Ice cream bush is ripening. Part of this mornings crop. I have hundreds more on the tree, some are 30 Cm long. When you o ...

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Oddchair22
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An old set of draws that was gifted and needed sooo much love. The mirror was over 100 years old and I thought would match well with the draws as I wa ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

An alternative is to use glyphosate diluted 1 part glyphosate to 6 parts of water and injected into the trunk in the same way - 8-10mm diameter and ab ...

extremebias
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2 weeks ago

Hi thanks to all the rain and resultant mould in the house and an observant better-half I had to clean behind the freestanding acrylic bath (old style ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hi @extremebias Thank you very much for posting such an excellent method of removing your bath drain when you need to clean behind your claw foot ba ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Walter, Easily moveable free-standing tubs are a relatively new issue. Before the development of ultra-light acrylic tubs, their weight held the ...

Noyade
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3 weeks ago

Hi Walter. Fascinating!My wife and I looked at some bath tubs a couple of years ago and I noticed when lifting these tubs (they were very light) there ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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4 weeks ago

Hi @LKF, Since you're in such close proximity to the decking, if you use any strong chemicals, you're likely going to cause a bit of a mess. I'd sug ...

Prof
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Firstly to clarify, "a dedicated home theatre" means that the room you will be using will only be used for watching movies and perhaps some TV.. A ...

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Moderator Walter
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May

Hey @Noyade , from the picture, I can't see any component that has blown. I assume that's a might big heatsink that it's connected on. I'm not a fan o ...

Moderator Walter
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April

Thanks @EricL . i like the idea of the socked drain coil and gravel, which will suit the area, and will be easier for me. As an added update, thi ...

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7 replies
March

@MoonshineBen , I for one would love to see how you do with a big rotisserie, especially Suckling pork. I use my rotisserie in my 4 burner BBQ, I l ...

Moderator Walter
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March

@KatieC You can certainly eat them straight. In parts of South America, you buy them straight from the market, often more than a metre long. You c ...

Moderator Walter
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2 replies
March

@KatieC My Vanilla Ice cream bush is ripening. Part of this mornings crop. I have hundreds more on the tree, some are 30 Cm long. When you o ...

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February

@MitchellMc Yeah, thanks for that, Page 5 :-). When I was looking at the PDF on the 'puter screen, it was page 11 on the "navigtion bar" on the left ...

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February

Indeed @MitchellMc That's how I calibrated my wind sensor on my 3D printed weather station. Bear in mind the wind vane is likely to have 12 or less ...

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January

@KatieC "Do you think the scale issue with your olives under control now? " Yes, that was a combination of baby shampoo diluted in water, and eco o ...

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